Tri-State Transportation Campaign’s Annual Gala

The Tri-State Transportation Campaign‘s annual gala will feature Lee Sander, vice president of DMJM Harris and co-founder of the Empire State Transportation Alliance. To add your name to the invitation list, call Teresa at 212-268-7474 or e-mail at: tt (at) tstc (dot) org.

Date: Oct. 26

Time: 6 – 9 p.m.

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